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  • Concern grows over liquid alt risks

    17 Nov 2014

    The number of managers who have moved from hedge fund to mutual fund management since the financial crisis is raising concern among regulators about risk management and disclosures

  • Why transparency is cure for market structure

    13 Nov 2014

    Regulators will continue to address structural issues in the fixed income and equity markets by increasing transparency and data disclosures

  • Why an EU-US trade partnership matters

    11 Nov 2014

    The Atlantic Council’s Chris Brummer explains why the organisation is a firm supporter of the T-TIP, and how recent political developments are impacting negotiations

  • A new course for cross-border swaps reform

    31 Oct 2014

    A failed challenge to the CFTC’s extraterritorial reach has caused disappointment. But Linklaters' Caird Forbes-Cockell, Noah Melnick and Edward Ivey explain why the regulator’s new chief could be the silver lining

  • Uncertainty surrounds CFTC footnote 513

    30 Oct 2014

    The CFTC’s no-action relief for a wide-reaching extraterritorial provision ends this year. It may not be renewed

  • Finra tackles transparency with a wide net

    02 Oct 2014

    The industry body has announced that it is considering several proposals to improve transparency in the equities and fixed income market

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